Last weekend, we went over to Brad and Donna’s goat farm for dinner. Emily, our thirteen year old, bottle-fed the newborn kids after dinner. Brad cooked up a roast of pork from our farm, roasted fresh asparagus from his garden, made a salad of arugula to go with his homemade goat cheese, gave each of us a slice of escarole pie, and I brought a Caramel Cake for dessert, albeit a worse for wear during the truck ride. All in all, the perfect Vermont spring dinner.
A cute pair.
A game of King of the Mountain is in progress.
Kid gets a close up!
Dona holds a young kid who is watching the camera.
Our daughter Emily holding a kid.
It’s recess at the goat farm; the kids love old chairs to play on.
Brad and Dona’s barn/photo studio.
where it happens
The goat barn.
Empty birdhouse waiting for new tenants.
Better with Age
Goat cheese in Brad and Dona’s cheese cave in the basement.
off to a good start
Escarole pie as first course.
Slow roasted pork from our farm.
Roast, sliced potatoes from the root cellar.